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afternoon. >> this is an unfortunate incident that we hate to see within our community, within any community and it concerns us greatly as the safety and security of our children swells our community at large is very important to us. >> reporter: the man is described as a white male in his 20s with a slender build. his car he was driving a silver or black honda or volumes wagon. if you have information you police. live in andover, i'm alex deprado, 7 news. >> kim: we're nology a developing story this afternoon. the sweet green restaurant in downtown crossing voluntarily shutting down after a recent inspection and apparently someone reported getting sick. kelli o'hara just speak with the city commissioner of inspectional services, what did you learn? >> reporter: the commissioner says he has some major concerns because this is the send time
the chain. that is why they suggested the restaurant temporarily shut down. >> it makes me nervous that they have to shut down. >> reporter: closed to customers, folks looking for a salad for launch in downtown crossing having to go somewhere else after sweet greens a popular salad chain shut their doors temporarily. someone called and reported they got sick to so the city suggested they shut down. >> themselves. we've had a number of situations we think are egregious enough we've taken the action. >> reporter: the commissioner says when they went to restaurant they found a number ofs violations, food temperatures to cleaning and the manager not knowing some safety rules, this is the second time in two months the city found violations with the chain. back in august, inspectional services shut down the boylston street store after another person reported getting sick. >> we did have, you know, an
their seems to be some common violations here that we want to look at. >> reporter: for the boylston street store was back open within a few days after working with inspectors. here on school street some customers say they won't be coming here anymore. >> i'm dom. not going anywhere. if they couldn't have gotten a handle on this before that is awful. >> reporter: the company has been having a meeting here for the past few hours. they're still closed. the city says to have another inspection then it's a game of wait and see. kelli o'hara, 7 news. >> kim: 7 news turns to your forecast. the king of tides in town, water spilling over the sea wall flooding long wharf today. the king tide is the heightest of the year in massachusetts. we saw trouble on morrissey boulevard. lanes were closed because of the splash over. a live look at the fog. it's their someone.
gets' get over to jeremy reiner and for people who don't know king tide, what is that? >> reporter: another way of saying the spring tides when you have the full moon and the perigee, a double whammy because the moon and the earth play tug of war. that is why we have high and low tides. it happens about 3 or 4 times a year. we've another round on the way for november. not tied to a storm but the fact that you have the son are moon and the earth playing tug of war with each other. we move where you have that sunshine from this afternoon, the temperatures made it to the 70's norwood, 77. millis in the upper 70s. then you move north of town, the front never made it. boston, 59. bedford 64. fitchburg 59. you can see the clouds here across southern new england. again they pealed out of southeastern massachusetts and made it up into the city for a while but the low clouds and fog have been going back and forth in town. all because of the a warm
which oddly enough as the cool front moves through new england tomorrow morning, that will set up a nice westerly breeze. a mild day tomorrow. for everyone. we'll talk more about that and the rest of the forecast in a few minutes. >> announcer: now on 7 donald trump doubling down. >> this is worse than watergate. >> announcer: raising question boston a criminal conspiracies, federal officials on the defense. today the president sending a message. >> i would advice mr. trump to stop make his case to get votes. >> announcer: team coverage. >> kim: this e-mail scandal could dominate the debate in las vegas. >> adam: clinton campaign is working to clean up yet another e-mail mess and donald trump is pushing his claim that the election is not a fair fight. brandon gunnoe has more. >> reporter: hillary clinton is using today to prepare for tomorrow night's debate. while there are new considers that the clinton
e-mails. hillary clinton is offer the campaign trail preparing for tomorrow's third and final presidential debate in last also but her problems from the f.b.i. investigation into her e-mail server continues to get worse with allegation her state department sought a deal with the f.b.i. a quid proquo. if the f.b.i. declassified a clinton e-mail so her sending it didn't break rules the state would allow more f.b.i. agents into iraq and the countries where they're presently forbidden. stateie >> the conversations were happening but not linked. >> reporter: donald trump called it felony corruption. >> nothing ever happened. in other words, the state department was trying to cover up hillary's crime of sending classified information on a server. our enemies could easily access. >> reporter: usa today reports major donors to clinton's campaign were lobbiesist exxon mobile and
corporate clients. president obama appeared in washington with the italian prime minister slammed trump for suggesting the election would be rigged. >> i would advice mr. trump to not whining and go get his votes. you start blaming somebody else, then you don't have what it takes to be in this job. >> reporter: this could be the last time ever that hillary clinton and donald trump share a >> adam: donald trump campaigning in colorado insisting that the election could be stolen from him. byron barnett picks up our coverage. >> reporter: today donald trump continued to hammer away at hillary clinton for her e-mails at the f.b.i. trump calling it a scandal that is worse than watergate. ? >> reporter: donald trump in washington trying to keep his core supporters fired up staying on the attack
hacked e-mails between hillary clinton and the f.b.i. a great miscarriage of justice. >> the f.b.i. documents that show undersecretary of state patrick kennedy made the request for altering classification as part of a quid proquo. in other words a deal. this is felony corruption. >> reporter: trump also tried to show his softer side kissing children after days of fending off attacks on his comments about women. however in chicago, their voices heard. >> donald trump has got to go! >> reporter: these women formed a human chain around trump tower denouncing the republican nominee. here in boston anti-trump protestors say trump's statements about womenqualify him for president. >> rape culture is not okay. thousand, millions maybe even more people have been violated.
this man is making a mockery of that. >> reporter: trump's wife melania trying to counterthe back lash from trump's lewd comments. melania blamed it on billy bush. >> they were kind of a boy talk. and he was led on, like egg on from the host to say dirty and bad stuff. >> reporter: the trump campaign says trump has invited pat smith whose son was killed in the benghazi attack to be trump's guest at tomorrow night's debate in las vegas. byron barnett, 7 news. >> adam: stay with us for coverage for the race for the white house. dan hausle is on his way to lass las vegas. look for his final reports. >> kim: no apologies for former red sox pitcher curt
he will probably run against senator elizabeth warren in the next leaks opinion shilling giving his first interview about the collapse of 38 studios. shilling says he doesn't oh, rhode island residents an apology and he announced a likely run against elizabeths warren -- >> how much closer are you to making a decision about runs against elisbeth warren. >> i've made my decision. i'm going to haven't talked to my wife and it's going to come down to how her and i feel this would affect our marriage and our kids. >> kim: in august shilling said he would like to be one of the people responsible for getting elizabeth warren out of politics calling her a nightmare. >> adam: an investigation under way into a deadly accident in waltham. one man was hit and killed by a car just after getting off a bus. another man was injured.
>> reporter: a damaged car sits in the street after a deadly wreck in waltham. police say two men were in a crosswalk on wipeman street when he was hit by a car just before 7:00 tuesday morning. >> upon arrive, one male was found face down in the roadway. other was on the curbing. >> reporter: police say the man on the road was dead. 7 news learned he was 65 years old getting off the bus. the other man was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. heart breaking news for people in the area. >> i would see them the gym. if i'm running a little later i won't see them but most mornings i would see them crossing. horrible. >> reporter: police believe both men work in the area. >> the area was a lot of office parks, still trying to determine which direction they were going in the roadway. as far as why they were in the roadway and so on that is still under investigation. >> reporter: police and people that live here say this street is known to be busy. >> we've asked for a couple of times to have a light put
roads, pedestrians, cars and we've not had major incidents in the area as far as accidents. >> reporter: i just got an update. the man hit in the crosswalk taken to the hospital, he is 70 years old. we're told his condition has been upgraded to serious. as far as the driver he is 60 years old. it doesn't appear that he was impaired. charges are still possible. live in waltham, john uno, 7 news. a recovery for the two officers shot in east boston. the two officers were upgraded from critical to stable as we reported. today the mayor talked about how they're doing and credited community for its steady and ongoing support. >> i saw them over the weekend. certainly a lot better than they were a week ago, hopefully we'll be hopefully they will be able to get home soon. you know, certainly last night, mass in east boston
it's everyone is rallying around these two officers. >> adam: the officers were shot in eastie after responding to a domestic disdispute. the shooter was shot and killed by police. >> kim: in iraq kurdish fighters met with resistance forced to pause their advance. the next maneuvers could put innocence lives on the line in mosul. iraqi and kurdish forces advancin yesterday. the kurdish park murtha and the iraqi police and military managed to take about 20 villages to the south and east of mosul but today they've been helped up stopped by suicide car bombs and mortar fire. they surround and area held by ice i hold on to it and wait for the appropriate moment to move in.
it helped preserve the lives of many iraqi soldiers. but it can also extend the battle for weeks or even months. it's can extend the agony for the 1.2 million civilians still inside mosul. a lot of the battlefield gains came were because the villages had no people in them. that is not going to be the case when the iraq i forces move into musil which is the second largest city in iraq. troops will go up against defenses that have been put in place last two years since it occupied the city. >> adam: russ why and syria announcing a cease-fire. they stopped air strikes on the city of aleppo, this comes two days before a planned break for military action in the area. russia's defense minister says the cease-fire will give civilians a chance to get out. >> kim: a slight increase in social security funds. millions of retirees will
using the costs of living. ins inflation is low people will only three about a $4 increase on average, many seniors will have to pay mier medicare part b. premiums. >> adam: what the nobel prize committee is saying about attempts to reach bob dylan. >> kim: shots fired in a new hampshire home sending swat teams s peace ending. >> adam: teenagers throwing courage under fire when a car went off the road and burst into flames, what they didn't know it was their friends inside. >> kim: it's michael phelps doing lapse around cambridge. not in a pool. why is he in the city? we've those stories and more coming up on 7 news. >> announcer: tonight, you would like to fill it up without your wallet running
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only from fios. interviewer: what would you do with five minutes to kill and a smartphone? man: check the scores. woman 1 : uh, probably post a pic. woman 2: text a friend. interviewer: how about register to vote? man: really? galvin: you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts driver's license is all it takes to register so you can vote for our next president. go to register to vote m-a dot com. man: that was easy. galvin: register by october 19th. >> adam: the nobel prize being ad a me not having much knocking on bob dylan's door, since the announcement that he would be presented with a prize in literature he hasn't come forward. >> kim: kris anderson has
prize in literature for 2016 is awarded to bob dillon. >> reporter: when the surprise announcement came there were cheers and questions. did bob dylan really win the nopes in literature? lynn tweeted his congratulation, others not as kind. i totally get the nobel committee reading books is hard. as for the music legend's response complete and total silence, dylan accepted the freedom in 2012 but officials say they've been knocking on dylan's door for at least five days now. right now we're doing nothing. sara, the academy's permanent secretary said i've call and sent e-mails to his closest collaborator and received very friendly rely, for now that is certainly enough. dylan was on stage in las vegas when announcement was made. he didn't acknowledge the
a song. >> i think there will be a speech but i don't know. >> reporter: he may not turn up or even accept the award. the answer still blowing in the wind. bob dylan does have until december when the ceremony takes place. by the way there is also a $ 900,000 award plus a gold medal that goes along with it. kris anderson, 7 news. >> adam: we're dealing with warmer than temperatures. but in some areas, don't worry, not here, i don't think anyway -- >> kim: it's like northern vermont. >> reporter: berkshires, no, no, another mild day tomorrow. >> kim: at 5 pock the results are in for the pedestriani cab challenge. how did meteorologist bri eggers fare against a revolution soccer star. coming up who you think did it better.
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the fight to reopen it. i've worked to find solutions to new hampshire's heroin epidemic. and i've crossed the aisle to protect new hampshire's clean air and clean water. i've been called a problem solver by independent groups, and ranked as one of the most bipartisan senators. i'm kelly ayotte - and i approve this message, because whether i'm working with republicans, democrats, or independents, i'm standing up for new hampshire. >> kim: the red planet turned to the gold planet. the new images of mars are from nasa's maven mission.
to show a glow from the atmosphere also called the night glow. the white maniages that appear and disappear show clouds forming over mar's volcanos. >> adam: canyons there or some of the gold spots. you get creative and think whatever you want about that image, but regardless back here on planet earth, started off foggy and cool. i think it's warming up. >> kim: i said if pouring rain, i thought it was beautiful. then you just gave us a really interesting trivia. >> reporter: back in 2009, do you remember this date? >> kim: didn't until you told me. >> reporter: we had know across southern new england between 1-4 inches of know. patriots were taking on the titans in foxboro. on this date october 18, 2009, light show across southern new england. not the case this afternoon. city of boston you were'
80, i was with you and hoping for temperatures near 80 but warm front got about there and slammed on the brakes. and we'll stay put for the next several hours, norwood 77. front made it through your part of the world. hines 68. worcester 72. nashua, merrimack valley, mid and upper 50s, clouds were stubborn to break apart overnight last night, once that. had i thought my forecast might be when this showers cam through, it switched the winds back to the north. so the north wind all morning prevent that had warm front from lifting north up into southern new england. i know i'm standing up here make being excuse bus it is what it is. the front got stuck, we move on. moving on to cincinnati. speaking out there we do have a cool front, check that, moving through the great lakes generateing and sprinkles in kins are
temperatures. tonight partly to mostly cloudy sky, mild 59-64. temperatures don't move all that much from where they are now. tomorrow as the cool front is moving through clouds tomorrow morning, maybe a few sprinkle, temperatures start the day in the upper 50s and low 60s be clears skies with a west wend developing. that will be the difference. itself westerly breeze will warm things up. tomorrow afternoon, 78 in town. billerica at 76. worcester hills temperatures are in the middle 70's cool again thursday, temperatures on thursday in the lower 60s as yet another warm front comes at us and it won't make it here but generate a lot of clouds. a scattering of showers and then here comes another weather system into new england on friday. that scoops moisture off the atlantic and front will generate some showers and perhaps a few downpours on
by the time that weather system moves out of here, most of us a half inch to in some locations over an inch of beneficial rain. 7 on 7 forecast, saturday morning clouds, wind i day. that is a blustery cool day with winds gusting between 20-30 miles an hour. there go the leafs. temperatures mid and upper 50s and sunday lots of sunshine. temperatures below normal. mid 50s. >> adam: still ahead on 7 crews set to tear down hitler area childhood home.
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inside. >> kim: puppies stolen from a local pet store. >> ryan: two teens jump in to save classmates from a fiery crash. >> announcer: 7 news at 5:30 starts now. >> ryan: following breaking news, police in andover are asking for the public's help to find a man who exposed himself to elementary school student during recess. this happened yesterday afternoon deer st. augustine elementary school. students were outside for lunch and recess this. is when the man allegly exposed himself. police are asking anyone to information to give them a call. a tense standoff in candia, new hampshire. a woman barricaded herself inside her home, also inside the 12-year-old girl. >> kim: steve cooper has the latest. >> as soon as i heard that there was a 12-year-old girl in the house, i knew that it was my brother's house. >> reporter: tense moments at home here on north road in cannia, new hampshire,